La Repubblica report that talks with Juventus have seen Lazio name their prices for Antonio Candreva and Senad Lulic.
The Aquile confirmed yesterday that they had successfully negotiated to purchase Udinese’s half-share in 27-year-old Candreva’s registration, whilst Juve have been seen as in pursuit of full-back Lulic for a number of months.
Whilst President Claudio Lotito has publicly made clear his intention to keep hold of the club’s stars heading into next season, La Repubblica lead with the assessment that it may prove particularly difficult to keep hold of Candreva, with Paris Saint-Germain, Napoli and now Antonio Conte’s side listed as among those interested.
The Rome-based publication assert that Lotito met with Bianconero counterpart Andrea Agnelli on Tuesday to discuss the Old Lady’s particular thoughts with regards to both the attacking midfielder and Lulic.
However, it is understood that Lotito has managed to deter Juve’s initial interest, in listing Candreva’s asking price at between €35m and €40m.
It is also reported that in the same meeting the President placed Senad Lulic’s asking price at no less than €18m.
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